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Lehi, UT
Hometown: Lehi

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January 14, 2014

LL is open to a wide range of topics. What languages, paradigms, or topics interest you most?

I'm interested in programming language theory, functional programming, formal systems, concurrency and parallelism, and distributed systems. I am especially interested in how these areas can provide tools with which to build better software systems, from operating systems to "middleware" and user applications. I am especially interested in using advanced type systems in the implementation of safe, efficient system software such as operating system kernels and network stacks.

LL is about discussion of interesting ideas. What are some topics you'd be willing to present on which you think would be of interest to the group?

I am willing to present on just about anything if given enough time to learn it in depth before hand, but I will need to get to know the group before volunteering on anything specific. I would love to help make this group a success, though.

What languages do you have the most experience with in a professional setting?

Professionally I mainly use C and occasionally various other languages for scripting and tool work when it makes sense. These have included Scheme, Lua, Python and Perl in the past. Most of my work has been in embedded systems programming, kernel device drivers for Linux and QNX, and tools for supporting the development of new network protocols.


I'm Levi Pearson. I am a perpetual student of Computer Science and a software engineer for Harman International's Corporate Technology Group.

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